Thank you, Yen Mag!

Have you picked up the latest issue of Yen Magazine? It's all about fashion, and we're so lucky to have an incredible six page feature on The Social Outfit! The interview includes a beautiful portrait series by Byron Spencer of our talented team members Naw Esther, Jabael, Atauollah and Oboya. Special thanks to Byron and Peter Simon Phillips for their unending support and wisdom.

Yen is available from all great news sources nation-wide.

Checking in with our busy makers

Our staff and students have been up to quite a lot lately, with new projects, new faces and creativity aplenty!

Here are a few snaps of the action, clockwise from top left: Shu Ting and her beautiful new baby Scott, Tashi receiving her contribution for designing the 'Tashi Jacket', one of our in-store favourites, sewing student Gelten and his daughter Tenzin showing off the new jerseys he made, and one of our gorgeous new dresses made by Atauollah & Naw Esther, in store now.

Introducing the Adee Dress

Designed by friend of The Social Outfit and former sewing student Diana, 'Adee' (pronounced "a-day") means 'beautiful' in her Ugandan local language. Diana wanted to create a dress that was "flattering for every body shape - something anyone can wear", and this gorgeous, easy-wear dress nails it.

Made from unique and high-quality African printed wax cloth, Diana explains that "there are only a few bolts of each design on the market, and you might never get that pattern again. You might find something similar, but never the same. That’s the uniqueness of African fabric".

The Adee dress is available now.

March 31, 2016 — Eloise Rapp